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active Sep 19 '14 at 10:13

What career suits me best??

For my a-levels, i'm currently studying chemistry, physics, maths and econs. My ambition is to be an architect but i didn't take art for alevels, I really do love and enjoy designing and maths. What other alternative careers are there? Or is it still okay to be an architect without taking art? If so

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active May 16 '14 at 13:19

To go into graphic design, should I go to an art college, or a normal college that has a strong art program?

I am really interested in art, math, science, and computers, and I've been thinking about going into graphic design. I was wondering whether it's better to go to a college focused on art, or just one that has a strong art program. Also, would I want to put together a portfolio if I decided to go to

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active Feb 21 '14 at 16:57

What does it take to be an astrophysicist?

For example, what type of education and classes get you there? What type of interests or ambitions signal a path towards an astrophysical career? I am asking this question because I have a huge interest for medicine but astrophysics at the same time. I am having quite a bit of conflict on deciding w

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active Oct 03 '13 at 13:15

Do you really use math in your job?

For people who work with computers, did your highschool math class really teach you anything that you use in your job? Sometimes math class is okay, but most of the time its just really really really boring. Do I even need to know this stuff? Sometimes I get the work, but some of the really hard stu

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active Apr 03 '12 at 00:16

What courses in college should I take to become a forensic scientist?

I've thoroughly enjoy science and math in high school throughout the years. I've seen numerous shows and have read several books about forensics and crime scene processes. I know generally a forensic major has to take several science, math, and law courses, but I would like to know specific courses